Fittin in Santa's huntin pants

FillinDads shoes 1 thing but his pants?

My husband lives for hunting and every year he goes through his clothes to get them ready for the season and he found these xxxxxxlarge hunting pants. Not sure where they came from we laughed about him never fitting them. We could not figure out what we should do with these pants. We almost threw them away and I hung on to them another year and then I was trying to figure out a Christmas card picture and I thought " I wonder if all three kids could fit into the pants, so we arranged them to each be in a leg with little sis in the front between them both. At first they toppled over and we laughed histarically, then just getting kittens that month decided to see if they would fit in the pockets and they stayed there through all the pictures finally getting the perfect picture and surprised Daddy with his larger than life pants being the best Chrismas card prop ever.

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tuy says ... on Wednesday, Dec 10 at 3:04 PM

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